The only thing you can do is place a resistor at the lights. The LEDs require little power to turn on, so the system thinks you have a burnt-out bulb.
Because this is controlled by the BCM, you can't get a flasher designed for this. Instead, you will need to get a load resister for each bulb. To do this for an indicator (turn signal), it has to be wired into each LED light bulb in parallel. In other words, the load resistor goes across the light bulb connections, between the supply and ground and draws power away from the bulb. This causes the circuit to believe there is a normal bulb being used and nothing has failed.
Check online for load resistors for automotive LED bulb installation.
Take a look for this information online and let me know what you find or if you have other questions.
Friday, July 28th, 2023 AT 10:31 PM